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A Triggering Myth

A Triggering Myth
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United States
Profile
A Triggering Myth is a keyboard-centered complex progressive rock group formed by Rick Eddy and Tim Drumheller. Since its beginning in 1989, the group has released albums full of eclectic influences and featuring many guest musicians.
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http://www.atriggeringmyth.com
Related articles (5)
Releases on file (6)
A Triggering Myth — The Remedy of Abstraction A Triggering Myth — The Remedy of Abstraction
(Laser's Edge LE 1044, 2006, CD)
A Triggering Myth — Forgiving Eden A Triggering Myth — Forgiving Eden
(Laser's Edge LE 1036, 2002, CD)
A Triggering Myth — The Sins of Our Saviours A Triggering Myth — The Sins of Our Saviours
(Laser's Edge LE 1030, 1998, CD)
A Triggering Myth — Between Cages A Triggering Myth — Between Cages
(Laser's Edge LE 1022, 1995, CD)
A Triggering Myth — Twice Bitten A Triggering Myth — Twice Bitten
(Laser's Edge LE 1019, 1993, CD)
A Triggering Myth — A Triggering Myth A Triggering Myth — A Triggering Myth
(Laser's Edge LE 1003, 1990, CD)

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